Op-ed: As people begin to realise the enormity of the panama data leaks British PM David Cameron is finding it difficult to move on after his father was named. Cameron has tried distancing himself from the Cameron family fortune and claiming he will not financially benefit in the future but many people doubt that is really truthful or an adequate response.
The image in this report is from a newly created Facebook page that is quickly gathering support and it demands Dodgy Dave resigns.
But hold that thought.
You have to wonder what is behind this tweet from LBC radio - "Jeremy Corbyn says PM should come clean over family finances after Panama leak. Should Corbyn resign over this call?"
Twitter users have been having fun with this LBC gaffe or lack of judgement.
Political Scrapbook reported Wednesday that it was the usual media bias against Mr Corbyn but surely it could just have been plain old incompetence? Apparently not!
So what the hell was it supposed to mean?
Andy Burnham Labour shadow cabinet minister tweeted "Ladies & Gentlemen, I give you our wonderful, impartial British media."
Replies to Mr Burnham included:
@andyburnhammp that turned on its head very quickly - Andy how come Jimmy Carr's tax affairs were not private when Cameron commented?
@andyburnhammp @LBC Utterly bizarre. I think this makes syntactical sense, but other than that is absolute nonsense. Thanks LBC :(
@andyburnhammp Yes, I thought @LBC had made a mistake and meant to say - should Cameron resign. Incredible & disappointing bias from LBC
@LBC I'd be investigating who/what "owns" LBC 's tax status
That tweet received the following reply "@55krissi55 @PetersWooll would that be Iain Dale former conservative politician & member who regularly writes on conservative home?"
Perhaps sensationalising a story increases LBC listening numbers and therefore revenue or perhaps it is just biased.
Either way David Cameron should be toast.
Breaking news Thursday evening from the Independent - Panama Papers: David Cameron admits he did have a stake in father Ian Cameron's offshore investment fund - 'We owned 5,000 units in Blairmore Investment Trust, which we sold in January 2010. That was worth something like £30,000'.
Thanks to the Daily Mirror for reminding us this week "It has been 1,456 days since David Cameron agreed to publish his tax returns."
And those tax returns are still a no show.
LBC stands for leading Britain's conversation, apparently, but that is just another misleading title.
If you tune in to LBC maybe now is the time to cease